I agree with you wich say don`t use it but there will be a list from the EFRA with the approved additive`s i think. So everyone can diside on their own.
The EFRA has ruled the following;
At the last EFRA AGM the decision was made to allow tire treatment in a controlled way for 1/10th and 1/8th
Track. With ”controlled” we mean that tire additives can be used as long as they are not volatile and toxic.
Verification will be done with EFRA equipment at the major races that is capable of indentifying volatile and toxic
products (most proberly equipment from RAE) at the entrance op the pitlane. Who ever comes with tires to the
pitlane that alarms our equipment will be send back to change his tires.
We also made an agreement that the organizer of an EFRA event must do everything to create grip as much as
possible, making the need and use of tire treatment less or even ”zero”.
We also promised to make a list with tire additives that are allowed.
So if you are selling a tire additive product that is not volatile and not toxic you are kindly requested to send us a
sample so we can check it. According to the European Regulations you must also have a Material Safety
Datasheet ( MSDS ) from the product you are making or selling. So together with your product we need that
Datasheet as well.
Once approved it will be put on the list